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What is occupational therapy?

Occupational therapy is a healthcare profession which focuses on enabling people to do the things they want and need to do in their daily lives. By focusing on things such as work, school hobbies and social situations, occupational therapy aims to promote health and improve quality of life.

What does an Occupational Therapist do?

An Occupational Therapist's (OT) role is to support an individual by offering practical advice which will help them to carry out their daily activities. Often, an OT will centre around making changes to an individual's environment to suit them. 

OT's will assist individual's in many different ways, from helping children with disabilities in school, making recommendations to adaptations in the home, to providing a variety of activities/hobbies for people with disabilities to participate in, OT's will work with people of all different ages. 

Why Coastal Case Management?

Our philosophy at CCM is to ensure that individuals can achieve their full potential regardless of their situation. Our experienced OT specialises in a variety of different areas and her experience and knowledge allow us to create detailed and bespoke assessments. Some of the areas of expertise are: 

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Postural Management & Seating Assessments

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Equipment Provision

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Housing Associations Assessments

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Disabled Facilities Grants

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Risk Assessments

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Moving and Handling

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Behavioural Difficulties

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